Book Reviews of Alone in the Dark

Alone in the Dark
Alone in the Dark
Author: Elaine Coffman
ISBN-13: 9780743475792
ISBN-10: 0743475798
Publication Date: 9/26/2006
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 52 ratings
Publisher: Pocket Star
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 5
This was a very good book. Couldn't lay it down. A little romance with a lot of suspense, a little mystery to on who the killer is. Great read.
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This was a very good book, couldn't put it down!
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This was a really good book. lots of suspense.
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This book felt like a romance trying to be a murder mystery. It was very light reading and far too predictable. The writing makes everything so obvious that it doesn't leave anything up to the reader's imagination.
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very good read couldnt put it down.
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nice, easy afternoon read on a rainy day
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This book felt like a romance trying to be a murder mystery. It was very light reading and far too predictable. The writing makes everything so obvious that it doesn't leave anything up to the reader's imagination.
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First time reading this author. Need to read another.
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"heart-stopping romantic suspense!"
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I have to admit this wasn't my cup of tea but it might be yours.

"When her dying father confesses that he is not her biological father--and that she has a twin--...Ellery O'Brien is desperate for answers...No one in [her home] town wants to dig up the past, but Rancher Clint Littleton begins to help Ellery and a white hot attraction sparks between them...[She's]Plagued by a recurring nightmare in which a blood-covered woman...staggers down the staircase...[after travelling to her twin's home town and inadvertantly renting that same house she finds that]The nightmare...persists."
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When her dying father confesses that he is not her biological father -- and that he has a twin -- Washington, D.C., morning news anchor Ellery O'Brien is desperate for answers. Plagued by a recurring nightmare in which a blood-covered woman who has been stabbed repeatedly by a killer, staggers down the staircase of a beautiful old house, Ellery travels to her late mother's hometown -- Agarita Springs, Texas -- not realizing until she arrives that she has rented the very house she sees in her dreams. No one in town wants to dig up the past, but rancher Clint Littleton begins to help Ellery and white-hot attraction sparks between them. The nightmares, however, persist. And each time, before Ellery awakes, she sees an increasingly terrifying image: just a little more of the killer's face. . .

New York Times bestselling author Elaine Coffman switches gears with pulse-pounding results in her first novel of heart-stopping romantic suspense.
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When her dying father confesses that he is not her biological father -- and that he has a twin -- Washington, D.C., morning news anchor Ellery O'Brien is desperate for answers. Plagued by a recurring nightmare in which a blood-covered woman who has been stabbed repeatedly by a killer, staggers down the staircase of a beautiful old house, Ellery travels to her late mother's hometown -- Agarita Springs, Texas -- not realizing until she arrives that she has rented the very house she sees in her dreams. No one in town wants to dig up the past, but rancher Clint Littleton begins to help Ellery and white-hot attraction sparks between them. The nightmares, however, persist. And each time, before Ellery awakes, she sees an increasingly terrifying image: just a little more of the killer's face. . .

New York Times bestselling author Elaine Coffman switches gears with pulse-pounding results in her first novel of heart-stopping romantic suspense.